Urology, general surgery camp concludes

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Urology, general surgery camp concludes

Saturday, 29 February 2020 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

The 96th Urology and general surgery camp concluded on Friday in Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital. As many as 178 surgeries were performed, that include 24 surgeries of prostate enlargement, 17 stone, 16 stone in bladder, 91 hernia, 05 cystoscopy, 04 hydrocyl and 07 surgeries of prostate, mass on neck and ENT diseases, while 14 other surgeries diseases of urinary disorder have been performed in the camp.

Sant Siddh Bhau, chairperson of Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital Trust felicitated surgeons and para medical staff of One Global Village, Kansas City, America. In the beginning managing trustee LC Janyani welcomed the surgeons and lauded their services in the camp. Coordinator of the Amercian Doctors team Ms. Abigail Hayo appreciated the service spirit of staff, volunteers and management of SSEH. She further said that her organization renders services in other countries of South Asia also but the cooperation which they got here in SSEH is commendable.

Medical director of One Global Village Dr Temmy Neblok Beiran said that she has earlier also performed surgeries here in the Hospital and always she gets utmost satisfaction in this organization. Dr Brandon Johnson said he had come here for the first time and he experienced that not only local surgeons but the patients are also very cooperative for us. He also feels happy to join with SSEH.

Secretary JSS Mahesh Dayaramani expressed gratitude towards the foreign surgeons. He told that besides operated patients, many OPD patients have also been benefitted with the specialized services of the surgeons of One Global Villlage. At last, Sant Siddh Bhau presented mementos to the surgeons and para medical staff. Sant Siddh Bhau visited the camp regularly in the mid night every day to enquire about the well being of the patients and encouraged the volunteers deployed in the night duty.

Chairperson of Bhopal Utsav Mela Samiti Manmohan Agarwal, vice chairperson Vijay Agarwal and office bearers of BUMS Sunil Jainawin also visited the camp and took an overview of the recovery of the patients. They said that in view of the services of the SSEH, it will not be an exaggeration that this is the best health organization of the State Capital.

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